Wrigglers baby yoga classes
Wrigglers baby massage classes
One of the birth and baby classes run at the Sheffield Wellness Centre is the Wrigglers baby massage classes. These classes are for mum and baby and mix baby yoga with sensory play and include songs and stories to stimulate imagination. The Wrigglers sessions are lively and filled with colour. The classes benefit mums too as it is a great bonding opportunity.
What happens in Wrigglers baby yoga classes?
The baby yoga classes from the Daisy Foundation are perfect for little ones aged 5+ months. They combine education, baby yoga, support and you get to meet other mums (probably from the same area as you) who have kids about the same age as yours.
The five elements of Wrigglers baby massage classes
Sessions are filled with laughter and play.
The classes will cover common areas of interest such as reflux, colic and soothing techniques that most baby massage classes cover. Daisy classes go a step further though and have an evidence based look at less discussed, but still important, areas like immunisations, weaning and sleep issues.
The classes provide an inclusive and welcoming environment suitable for all types of parents.
Baby yoga could help you find ways of helping your baby to find relief from constipation, teething pain and trapped wind. Another benefit of the baby yoga is that it can decrease emotional distress, can aid development physically increase bodily awareness.
Many mums find a whole new group of friends as a result of classes because over the 6 weeks you’ll be able to share experiences and discuss how things are going for you with your baby. In Wrigglers classes there is the opportunity for dads, grandparents and other carers to come along to classes and enjoy the session too.
The rhythm and repetition within the stories helps your baby to tune into your voice.
Through rhyme and rhythm combined with yoga based movement your baby will be developing the skills needed to help the acquisition of language, coordination and will help your child to build a strong relationship between their brain and body.